A local lady used social media to post pictures of a dead snake that, based on some of her comments, she had been trying to resurrect.
While many Saffas answered with witticisms, some traditional experts believe that a serpent may bring one money. It appears that she had hoped to train the snake to assist her in becoming wealthy.
South African social media users were amused and perplexed by a woman's recent tweet about being grieved by the death of her pet snake.
The little dead snake was photographed by Twitter user @naSkosana_ as it lay on the ground, and she disclosed that she had been attempting to raise it before it was killed.
It is interesting to note that, based on some of her responses, it doesn't appear that she had domestic purposes for it but that she had intended to train it to aid her in acquiring fortune.
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